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20 News Take on the H2Only challenge this September


in the challenge will receive a pack containing two H2Only temporary tattoos. These last up to 10 days, so participants can display with pride their exclusive H2Only 'ink' during the challenge. Tomos added: "People can sign-


Tomos Moore: Took part in H2Only last year (Pic. Andy Green)


THIS SEPTEMBER, the people


of Wales are challenged by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) to spend 10 days drinking just water in an effort to raise essential funds for the lifesaving charity. Tea, coffee, alcohol and even


orange juice are all prohibited - those taking part are only allowed water for 10 long days. The challenge starts at 5pm on


Tuesday (Sept 13) and ends at 5pm on Friday, September 23. Pwllheli RNLI's Tomos Moore,


who took part in the H2Only challenge last year, said: "The H2Only challenge is extremely tough. Going 10 days without a morning cuppa, a pint after work or a can of fizzy drink will be really hard for everyone taking part. "Every pound raised is so


important to the RNLI. As a charity, we rely on the support and generosity of the public so that we can continue to save lives at sea. All the money raised by people taking on the H2Only challenge will be greatly appreciated." Those who sign up to take part


up as part of a crew with their friends or work colleagues and take on the H2Only challenge together. Just a like an RNLI lifeboat crew, they’ll be able to rely on each other for support when the going gets tough and they hit choppy waters during the challenge. I’d encourage all H2Only participants to stay on the water to help the RNLI stay on the water." If you're brave enough to take


on the H2Only challenge, sign up at h2only.org.uk. Last year, RNLI volunteer lifeboat


crews across the UK and Ireland rescued 7,973 people, saving 348 lives, while the charity’s lifeguards helped 18,181 people and saved 94 lives. Follow @RNLI on Twitter or like


the RNLI Facebook page for all the latest H2Only news and updates.


Lampeter hosts Cancer Research Science Cafe CANCER RESEARCH


WALES is hosting a ‘Science Cafe’ in Lampeter this Tuesday (Sept 13), showcasing their exciting new research and development funded by the charity. The cafe in Lampeter forms part of


a series of science cafes hosted across Wales this month, in celebration of the charity funding 50 years of world-class research. The cafes are anticipated to be


a fascinating night of science and discovery, with an insight into the pioneering work of Welsh-based scientists. During the proceedings, a variety


of presentations will take place, illustrating how mutations cause cancer and how scientists in Wales are


training viruses to tackle malignancy. All money raised by Cancer


Research Wales is spent in Wales - the charity spends over £1.5m annually and each Science Cafe will demonstrate how and where this funding is used. Visitors will also learn how


genetics are being used to individualise cancer therapy and find out what cancer stem cells are and the role they play in making cancers more aggressive. Talks and displays will demonstrate


the importance of the immune system to cancer and how the latest innovations in medical imaging and radiotherapy are improving treatments for cancer patients in Wales, and much more. Cancer Research Wales currently funds around 50 projects related


to cancer prevention, early cancer diagnosis as well as new and improved treatments in hospitals and universities across Wales. In the last 15 months, Cancer


Research Wales has also pledged an extra £2.6m for new cancer research projects to mark its 50th anniversary. The team invite you to come and


meet them at the Lampeter Science Cafe event at Victoria Hall, Bryn Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 7EE, on Tuesday between 6.45pm and 9pm. Entrance to this event is free,


suitable for 14 years and over and complimentary refreshments will be provided. For further information, please call Dr Lee Campbell on 02920 316976 or search ‘CRW Lampeter’ on Facebook.


THE HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 2016


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Introducing Our AMs and their


responsibilities below SINCE the glorious Refer-


endum, the group has been busy establishing the structures which will underpin the workings of the group going forward. To that end, the group have allocated portfolios according to experience, expertise and individual capacity to commit to a policy area. Neil Hamilton AM Group Leader and Spokesman for Culture Economy, Agriculture and Environment As Group Leader, Neil provides po- litical leadership. He also represents UKIP at First Minister’s Questions. Caroline Jones AM Assembly Commissioner and Spokes- man for Health and Social Care As representative on the Assembly Commission, Caroline is jointly re- sponsible for the effective and effi- cient operation of the Assembly. Gareth Bennett AM Spokesman for Local Government, Housing and Sport Gareth is responsible for advancing UKIP’s local government reform agenda and represents the group on all matters related to housing and sport.


David Rowlands AM Spokesman for Transport and Infra- structure David speaks for the group on trans- port and is responsible for fighting for investment in our ageing national infrastructure including roads, rail- ways and ports. Michelle Brown AM Spokesman for Education, Commu- nities and Childcare Michelle speaks for the group on is- sues related to children and educa- tion and is responsible for advancing policy to reduce housing poverty and inequality.


Mark Reckless AM Chairman of the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Com- mittee and Spokesman for Finance Mark is responsible for finance and UKIP’s drive for efficiency across the public sector in Wales.


UKIP have identified the following strategic priorities: • • •


Engagement Communications Policy Development


To support the collective efforts of the group, we have created a Senior Management Team (SMT), which comprises Robin Hunter-Clarke, Oli- ver Adam and Scott Tuppen. Robin Hunter-Clarke Robin is Group Chief of Staff and coordinates the work of the group; is chief liaison with the National As- sembly staff, civil service and As- sembly commission and provides day-to-day leadership of the staff team as a whole. Robin will be re- sponsible for ensuring maximum engagement with party groups in the Assembly, members and the public, facilitating improved communication channels and providing an environ- ment for cooperative policy develop- ment. Oliver Adam Olly is Group Head of Communi- cations, responsible for crafting our message and ensuring it is effective- ly, efficiently and consistently com- municated through media channels to the people of Wales. Olly will be responsible for the development and operation of communications to sup- port our engagement with members and the public. Scott Tuppen Scott is Group Head of Policy. He will be developing policy proposals and working with other groups in the Assembly to develop cross-party support for our legislative initiatives. Scott will be responsible for the pol- icy development agenda which will form the core of our communications and engagement strategy with the public and other stakeholders. Over the next five years, we will be working tirelessly for the people of Wales, advancing UKIP principles and policies in the National Assem- bly. If you would like to know more, or if you would like to get involved, please don’t hesitate to contact us.


Baby remembrance service THE ANNUAL Withybush


Baby Service will be held at St Luke’s Chapel in Withybush Hospital on Wednesday, September 21 at 6.30pm. The service will include hymns,


readings and poems. A local trio of singers will also sing a piece of music. Gill Llewellyn, Bereavement


Officer at Withybush Hospital, said: "At each service, we have a symbolic act. This year, we will remember our little ones with rainbows, a symbol of hope. Families will given rainbow remembrance cards and an opportunity to place these on the altar. Those who are unable to come and join us can still have a rainbow card placed on the altar on your behalf.


"Acknowledgement of the death


of a baby, regardless of when the loss occurred, is very important. We hope that this will provide parents and family members the support and space they need to remember the baby or child that they have lost, and ease some of the pain that they feel." All are welcome to attend this


service, which will remember loved and lost babies from Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire and further afield. Refreshments will be provided after the service . For further information, or to have


a rainbow card offered on your behalf, please contact Gill on 01437 772347 or Sarah 01437 773931.


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